THE COURT WILL BEGIN CALLING CASES AT 10:00 A.M. IF YOU ARE NOT PRESENT WHEN YOUR CASE IS CALLED YOUR ARGUMENT WILL BE DEEMED SUBMITTED.
Please be advised that all matters are scheduled for in-person argument during the Court's October Term. All visitors to the courthouse must adhere to the latest COVID-19 related protocols.
Pursuant to directives from the Office of Court Administration in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all visitors to the courthouse... Expand »
Criminal Possession Controlled Substance
|MORGAN RILEY MAYER||SUB|
Sex Offender Registration Act
|BARRY NELSON COVERT||SUB|
Predatory Sexual Assault Against a Child
|CAITLIN M. CONNELLY||5|
|JOHN A. CIRANDO||10|
|DAVID M. ABBATOY, JR.||10|
Criminal Possession Weapon
Falsifying Business Records
|DARIENN P. BALIN||10|
|JANE I. YOON||10|
|STANLEY J. SLIWA||10|
|NANCY A. LONG||15|
|JONATHAN M. GORSKI||15|
|RYAN C. JOHNSEN||15|
|JONATHAN JEFFERY SCHUTRUM||15|
|MAEVE E. HUGGINS||SUB|
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